Several publishers in Wales have joined forces to form a new umbrella organisation to represent the sector, called Cyhoeddi Cymru/Publishing Wales (CCPW).... Read more
Y Lolfa’s general editor Lefi Gruffudd outlines the publisher's plans after buying Gomer's backlist of more than 2,500 titles in a deal with fellow Welsh indie Atebol. ... Read more
Welsh presses Y Lolfa and Atebol have purchased the publishing arm of Gomer, a bookselling company that discontinued as a publisher in 2019.... Read more
Covid-19 and its fallout has been a big blow to the Welsh book trade, but a number of the nation’s vibrant publishers are looking to... Read more
A rise in the number of speakers of the Welsh language has convinced many in the book trade that literature in the native language is... Read more
Independent publisher Y Lolfa dominates two categories of the Welsh-language Wales Book of the Year shortlists.
Alys Conran's Dylan Thomas prize-shortlisted debut Pigeon (Parthian) is in the running for the 2017 Wales Book of the Year, alongside titles from Seren, Worple... Read more